Procrustes’ Bed & Ockham’s Razor: The debate on existing institutions in climate finance

In the debate on institutional arrangements for international climate finance a powerful mostly Northern school of thought contends that one should not create new institutions but only make use of existing ones. This Oxford Energy and Environment Comment by Dr Benito Müller analyzes the the basis of this contention and draws some implications for the current negotiations.

By: Benito Müller

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